I’ve come to terms that I’m not concerned
With planting my feet and moving onward
I’m growing older but I can’t get over
The need for colder skin when I know that home is warmer
It’s just I’ve got this problem
Where I want to be everywhere I’m not
But I’m thankful for what I’ve got

A room in a house where my bed may stay
But the feel of another’s sheets help keep my demons away
It’s become clear that what keeps me here
Is the sense of failure and other nightmares

I’ve become jaded and I can’t escape it
The thought of settling when I know it’s what I've hated
It’s just I have this problem
Where I want to be everywhere I’m not
It’s just I know myself, and I will sacrifice everything I’ve got

And I can’t afford to eat
As much as I would like to be
And these bills won’t pay themselves
So I’ll come up with another scheme
This place looks better from a passenger window
Or stared at from up above
When you’re searching for brightness
You lose concern for the damage done

It’s not my fault
I’ll try to call
No ties, no roots, I’m fine
No ties, no roots, I’m fine
No ties, no roots, I’m fine


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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